Waiting on Wednesday – The Killing Woods by Lucy Christopher

September 11, 2013 Bonnie Waiting on Wednesday 6 Comments

Waiting on Wednesday – The Killing Woods by Lucy ChristopherThe Killing Woods by Lucy Christopher
Published by Scholastic Press on January 7th 2014
Genres: Mystery-Contemporary
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Also by this author: Stolen

Emily’s dad is accused of murdering a teenage girl. Emily is sure he is innocent, but what happened that night in the woods behind their house where she used to play as a child? Determined to find out, she seeks out Damon Hillary the enigmatic boyfriend of the murdered girl. He also knows these woods. Maybe they could help each other. But he’s got secrets of his own about games that are played in the dark.

A new psychological thriller from the award-winning and bestselling author of STOLEN and FLYAWAY.

Honestly, after how much I loved Stolen I’m willing to read anything by Lucy Christopher (although I’m still trying to get my hands on Flyaway). This sounds intriguing and I have no doubt I’ll enjoy this.
 
Have you read anything by Lucy Christopher? What are you waiting on this Wednesday?
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6 Responses to “Waiting on Wednesday – The Killing Woods by Lucy Christopher”

  1. Jasprit

    I just finished this yesterday and although it didn't leave the great impression that Stolen did, it was still a great read. And I can't believe that you guys have to wait longer than us to get your hands on this book. Normally it's the other way around. And yay your reading Size 12! How are you finding it?
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  2. myfriendsarefiction

    This looks creepy! It might be too creepy for me but I am very curious now if her dad is guilty or not. I hope you enjoy it when you get a copy.

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  3. kirstymstudio

    I haven't read anything by Lucy Christopher but this will be my first, sounds really good!
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  4. Aylee

    I just read a stellar review of this one over at Realm of Fiction's blog! She also mentioned how amazing Stolen was – sounds like an absolute MUST read. I would like to acquaint myself with anything my Lucy Christopher, really.
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  5. Natalie

    This sounds so amazing and creepy. I'm definitely looking forward to it. Great pick!
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